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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Oprah Interview : There is a Plan B


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In a new edition of her show this Wednesday, March 17, Gayle King confided that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would have made a difficult choice in the event that Prince Philip died.

Another revelation that will make people talk. And it comes once again from Gayle King. In her show Gayle King in the House, broadcast on Sirius XM this Wednesday, March 17, the host confided that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had planned everything in case Prince Philip – still hospitalized on the day of the broadcast of the shocking interview of the Sussexes with Oprah Winfrey – succumbed to his health worries. “If something (…) had happened to him, the interview would have been postponed,” she said. The broadcast of the face-to-face interview would have been delayed… not cancelled, despite the pain the Crown would have felt in such circumstances.

“The interview was already recorded and scheduled before she arrived at the hospital,” Gayle King explained. In the run-up to the broadcast of their interview, recorded ahead of time in California, in the garden of mutual friends of the Duchess and Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were ordered by the British (among others) to ask for a postponement due to the worrying health of the Duke of Edinburgh. Compromise was not an option for Archie’s parents.The interview, already a harbinger of new tensions between the Sussexes and the monarchy, was going to be aired at all costs. Facing the pressure, the couple judged good to keep silent. CBS, the channel on which their interview was broadcast on March 7, 2021, made the same choice, “having no loyalty to the royal family,” as a source recalled to the tabloid The Mirror at the time of the facts.

Prince Philip out of trouble

Hospitalized on February 16, 2021 following a malaise, Prince Philip was then transferred from the King Edward VII Hospital to St Bartholomew’s Hospital to undergo a major heart operation. Denied visitation rights due to Covid-19, Her Majesty Elizabeth II kept smiling despite the ordeal and the shocking revelations of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Placed under observation for several weeks – his longest hospital stay – the 99-year-old Prince Consort returned to Windsor Castle, and His Royal Highness, this Tuesday, March 16.

In the midst of his convalescence, since there was talk of him remaining in hospital for a few more weeks, Prince Philip was preserved by the entire royal family and was not informed of the many twists and turns of the controversy triggered by his grandson and his wife. While it could well put some order after these times of misguidance.

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